Sony is moving its Spider-Man spin-off Madame Web off its Summer 2023 release date. The Dakota Johnson-led film will now debut on October 6, 2023, per The Hollywood Reporter.
Madame Web recently started production in Boston and has become the studio’s most high-profile project with a stacked cast that also includes Emma Roberts, Sydney Sweeny, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced, Mike Epps, and Adam Scott. S.J. Clarkson directs the project, based on the comic book character who is a clairvoyant mutant specializing in predicting the future of Spider-themed superheroes.
Madame Web takes over the October 6, 2023 release from another untitled Spider-Man spin-off, the untitled Marvel pic will now hit theaters on June 7, 2024.
It is unknown at this time what will debut in 2024. Sony/Marvel has Kraven The Hunter set for January 13, 2023 release. Also in the works is a third Tom Hardy-led Venom film, El Muerto starring music superstar Bad Bunny, Spider-Woman from director Olivia Wilde, and of course a fourth Spider-Man film starring Tom Holland. We are all waiting for that Morbius sequel too, am I right?
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